Kate Middleton and William's mental health message 'not competitive' with Harry and Meghan

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Kate Middleton and William's mental health message 'not competitive' with Harry and Meghan

Judi added: "Written in only two sentences, the first, briefer one is empathetic, using the word ‘we’ to suggest group thinking and experience."The

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Judi added: “Written in only two sentences, the first, briefer one is empathetic, using the word ‘we’ to suggest group thinking and experience.”

The analyst also claimed the lack of traditional punctuation suggests the tweet wasn’t overseen by palace aides.

She said: “There is a full-stop before the ‘but’, but the non-traditional punctuation suggests a lack of palace editing.”

According to the expert, the Cambridges’ new message did mirror Harry’s more “down-to-earth” approach to public life.



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